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(Worthy News) - Unidentified aircraft launched strikes on a base belonging to an Iran-backed militia on the Syrian side of its border with Iraq, killing several people early Monday, an observer and Arabic media reported.
The blasts targeted a base belonging to the Popular Mobilization Force, said the Saudi al-Arabiya network, citing sources in the area. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights blamed the attack on “unidentified warplanes.”
Al Arabiay said the base, in the al-Boukamal area also housed forces from the Lebanese Hezbollah terror group. The report said several people were killed in the attack, but gave no further details. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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